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Make History Happen! Youth Heritage Conference 2012

Workshops for Adults

Wednesday 18 July, 10am - 4.30pm
Performing Arts Studio

Theatre & Dance
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Free (booking essential)

Performing Arts Studio (and other spaces) Young adults aged 16 to 21 years Make History Happen! Youth Heritage Conference 2012 Come along to this unique event bringing together young people involved in archives, archaeology, arts heritage, libraries, museums, and much more. Amongst the topics are: the history of youth culture, why ‘a load of old rubbish’ could be important to historians, and the fascinating diary of 21 year old Billy Richards who lived in Sherwood in the early 20th century. There will be plenty of debate and interactive workshops. Light refreshments provided (but not lunch). Organised by Nottinghamshire Archives in association with Nottinghamshire County Council, Lakeside Arts Centre, The University of Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Local History Association. For general enquiries contact Christopher Weir at Nottinghamshire Archives email To take part in this workshop please book at Box Office 0115 846 7777 18 years and over. Please bring refreshments or buy from our cafés.